Elon Musk: 70% Odds I'm Going to Mars

Elon Musk says there is a 70 percent chance he will visit Mars and denies it is an escape hatch for the rich.

Bill Nye the Science Guy recently told USA Today that Musk should just give up on the idea of colonising Mars because living there would blow goats, and he's absolutely right. "Nobody's gonna go settle on Mars to raise a family and have generations of Martians", he said. There wouldn't be much time for leisure as you'd be working to build the base - assuming, of course, that you survived the trip through space and pulled off a successful landing. If you recall, the Model 3 for many months was plagued by a number of production issues, a situation which can be traced back to Tesla's over-reliance on automation. It's also the spacecraft the first private moon passenger will travel in.

"It's going to be hard, there's a good chance of death ーgoing in a little can through deep space, you might land successfully", he said.

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However, Musk said that the potential risks of travel would be great with a "good chance of death" for anybody choosing to make the journey.

Still, Musk said that advancements in technology may allow for a flight to Mars within as soon as seven years, with a ticket price of "around a couple of hundred thousand dollars".

SpaceX's BFR is now called Starship. And even after doing all this, it's a very harsh environment.

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Asked why he would even consider it giving the slim chance of survival, he added: "There's lots of people who climb mountains. People die on Mount Everest all the time", he said.

Musk may have other reasons to want to leave Earth though - he's now being sued in two separate cases. "They like doing it for the challenge".

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